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Street Ballad: The Dreadful Murder of Emma Coppins, aged 16, at Queenborough, Kent
London: Printed and Published by H. Such, 123, Union Street, Borough. Hawkers, Travellers, and Shops Supplied on the lowest possible terms.
Victorian street ballad titled "The Dreadful Murder of Emma Coppins, aged 16, at Queenborough, Kent." See also the street ballad titled "Copy of Verses on the Trial, and Confession of Frederick Prentice for the Murder of Emma Coppins, at Queenborough, Kent, on January 11th, 1859."
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Crimes Against Children
Street Ballads of Victorian England collection